Sunday, April 22, 2018

Ryan Kerschner

Gaming

Bloody B930 Light Strike Optical Gaming Keyboard Review

Back at CES 2018, the ThinkComputers crew met up with the team from Bloody to check out their latest offerings aimed at the gaming community. While getting the rundown on all of their latest products, we were shown a few new keyboards that feature Bloody's Light Strike (LK) Libra technology, which uses optical detection as opposed to mechanical connections to register key presses. One of those keyboards is the B930, a ten-keyless model that includes RGB lighting, liquid spill resistance, and a sturdy metal body. We have seen many other keyboards that use non-Cherry mechanical switches, but we have yet to take a look at an optical switch keyboard that still retains the mechanical switch feel. That all changes today with our review of the Bloody B930.

Gaming

HAVIT HV-KB395L Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Back in October of 2017, we looked at a mechanical gaming keyboard from a company that we hadn't really heard of before, HAVIT. Now we are in the spring of 2018 and have in our possession another mechanical keyboard from HAVIT, this time with a bit of a twist. The HV-KB395L is a low-profile mechanical keyboard that utilizes Kalih PG1350 low-profile Blue switches, resulting in a height of just 22.5mm. Add in some RGB lighting and we think the HV-KB395L might just be a winner. Let's see if our initial observations turn out to be accurate.

Cases

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA Case Review

Back in October of 2017 we looked at a budget-oriented case from Corsair, the SPEC-04. Jump forward a few months to CES 2018, and we were presented with a new case from Corsiar's Carbide series, the SPEC-OMEGA. Packing a similar angular design as other recent SPEC cases, the SPEC-OMEGA is a mid-tower ATX case with bold looks. Add in support for plenty of cooling, as well as some integrated lighting and tempered glass side panel, and you have the makings of a pretty good case. Let's see if the SPEC-OMEGA lives up to our exSPECtations.

Gaming

AZIO ATOM Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review

AZIO has really impressed us in the past, especially with their lineup of retro classic mechanical keyboards, and today we have a product that keeps with the trend of doing things a little differently. The ATOM is AZIO's ambidextrous gaming mouse designed to be a solid fit for both left and right-handed gamers.

Gaming

Patriot Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad Review

We have often said that 2017 was the year of RGB and tempered glass, and 2018 seems to be continuing the RGB trend, as we saw many new products at CES 2018 that sport plenty of colorful lighting. Not to be left out of the RGB LED mouse pad arena, Patriot Gaming has released their Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad, which we will be taking a look at in this review. While we have taken a look at a few mouse pads in the past, we have only reviewed one other RGB version, the Corsair MM800. Let's jump right in and see how the Patriot Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad shines!

CES 2018

CyberPowerPC Shows Off PC Lineup At CES 2018

CyberPowerPC was at CES 2018, and we got a chance to stop by their suite to check out a few of their custom PC builds. CyberPower offers many different lines and and configuration options for gamers that want a proven and reliable PC, but don't want to have to put it together.

CES 2018

Phanteks Brings New RGB Products To CES 2018

While they are probably most well known for their PC cases, Phanteks has been making headway in the RGB arena, and they have increased their arsenal of products with four new devices revealed at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. We were able to take a look at these new products, and we have to say that what we saw was quite impressive.

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